The costs for these services can range from $50 for a simple inspection to more than $4,000 for a whole-house heat treatment. This is because bed bugs may not infest your entire home; if you catch the problem early enough you may only need to treat one or two areas.
Why heat treatments DON'T work for BED BUGS! why heat treatments fail so many times on a home. One thing that I forgot to mention in the video is it can take 3-6 months AFTER a heat treatment
For bed bug heat treatment, most homeowners report spending $300 per room, or $1,579 for their whole home. Here are the average prices based on home size for a standard treatment.
The cost per room for bed bug extermination is $250 to $1,000 depending on the size of the room, the severity of the infestation, and the extermination techniques used. Treating an entire house for bed bugs can cost $5,000 - $10,000 or more in some cases. Follow-up visits are often needed.
BED BUGS ON THE HUNT. How do bed bugs find hosts while they are asleep? Body heat, the carbon dioxide from exhaled breath and other biological signatures help focus the bed bugs on unsuspecting, snoozing hosts. The bed bug feeds, then retreats back to its place of harborage for days or even weeks before coming back out.
For a full bed bug removal, expect to pay anywhere from $500 to $1,500, depending on the method you choose and the experience of your exterminator. Most will charge you a fee for consultation, which includes visiting your home and doing a thorough inspection.